When writing a policy brief, there are many things one has to consider: The language has to be just right, not too technical but professional. The length has to be brief yet informative and most of all it needs to speak to a pre-identified and targeted audience.
3ie Policy Influence and Monitoring (PIM) project
The Policy Influence Monitoring (PIM) project is a three year global project funded by the International Initiative for Impact Evaluation (3ie) to monitor and evaluate the policy influence of the impact evaluations that they fund across Africa, South and South East Asia and Latin America, and to do this in a way which helps the researchers to maximise the value and impact of their work.
The Deputy Director of systematic reviews at 3ie (the International Initiative for Impact Evaluation), Phil Davies discusses how research doesn’t always provide straightforward answers to specific problems.
Nyasha Musandu explores the value and challenges associated with mapping context as a first step in strategizing for policy influence. Nyasha’s reflections come from her work on the 3ie Policy Influence and Monitoring (PIM) project.
Tuesday the 25th September saw individuals from across the globe meet to discuss Policy Influence Monitoring and celebrate the official launch of Research to Action.
Captured at the 3ie Policy and Influence Monitoring (PIM) workshop taking place in Cornwall this week, in this short video,…
Vanesa Weyrauch and Gala Diaz Langou have developed a conceptual framework to identify factors that help or hinder impact evaluation…